Sunday, January 14, 2018

SECOND QUARTER FINAL WINTER FOURSOMES TIE IS PLAYED

Cathy Morton and Lyn Black (Eastwood) played Alyson McGinnigle (Cowglen) and Carol McNally (Williamwood/Pollok) on a rather surprising dry and reasonably mild day for January. 

 Owing to ground conditions at Williamwood and Cowglen, the tie was played at Pollok as full course was open.

The "home" players got off to a good start. Cathy and Lyn pulled one back with par at 7th hole. Misfortune struck the Eastwood pairing at stroke index 1 allowing Alyson and Carol to stretch their lead. 

 Again the "visitors" pulled one back with par at 12th but par thereafter gave Alyson and Carol the victory.

Another super game of golf with great chat too.

SCOTTISH GOLF VOLUNTEER CHAPERONE ROLES


The Scottish Golf Performance Team are seeking volunteers to accompany the National squads and teams at selected domestic and Internationals events during 2018  in the role of Volunteer Team Chaperone. 

They are looking for individuals who are keen golfers, have a good understanding of Performance Sport and enjoy working with groups/teams.


Clare Queen has attached an advert for the role which details the responsibilities involved and would appreciate if you would circulate this among your members. 

If anyone has any questions or would like more information on what the role entails they can contact her. 


Although there is no deadline for anyone wishing to put their name forward we would like to hear from anyone interested by Monday 29th January.


CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS

Saturday, January 06, 2018

BEETLE DRIVE SUNDAY 4TH FEBRUARY


Our annual fundraising Beetle Drive is only 4 WEEKS away on Sunday February 4th from 2pm at Haggs Castle Golf Club. 

 It is now time to let your Committee know if you are able to come along and support the event on February 4th at Haggs Castle Golf Club. 
 Only £5 for a fun-filled afternoon. 

We have received generous 4 ball donations from various clubs which will be up for silent auction on the day. These include Glasgow Gailes, Bonnyton, Pollok, East Renfrewshire, Old Ranfurly, Whitecraigs and Ralston and hopefully more nearer the time. 

Why not get a group together and plan your bidding in advance? 
The raffle will be one of the major income generators and your donations will be gratefully received on the day or hand into Haggs Castle prior to the event. 

 So please reply to Past Captain Gillian asap at gilliank17@sky.com if you haven't already done so. Looking forward to kicking off the 2018 season with you all. 

 Regards, Captain June and the RLCGA Committee.